Google Pixel 2: Three Negative Effects Of Removing Wired Headphones

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By now, most of you must be aware that the all-new Google Pixel 2 is not going to come with support for wired headphone. This is due to the removal of the 3.5mm audio jack, something which has made many cringed.

Google may not see the impact on the removing of the traditional audio jack feature on the Pixel 2 hence we are going to highlight them for the company. There are three major negative effect caused by the axing of the headphone jack and they are as follow:

1. Loss of respect
Many respected Google for condemning Apple’s move to remove audio jack last year and today, they have done the same thing with the Pixel 2. Clearly, there will be a large drop in the number of consumers respecting Google.

2. Loss of sales
For most audiophiles in the Android community, they already own a high-end wired headphone. Seeing that this is no longer usable with the Pixel 2, these folks will look at other phones.

3. Tendency to break
The Pixel 2 may promise a high quality experience with a tough body but all that means nothing if the Pixel 2 has the tendency to break. With a wired headphone attached, having your device falling from your gym shorts may prevent an impact with the ground thanks to the attached wire. Too bad we can’t do the same with the Pixel 2.